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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online.

The general public saw Cubist artworks for the first time at that annual exhibition in Paris, what are your reactions to these paintings and sculpture nearly a century later? What was your favorite gallery in the exhibition and why? Which works of art impressed you the most and the least?

I loved the exhibit. However, if it was for members, why not limit the number of people at a certain time? Everyone at the exhibit while I was there was complaining about the crowds...and it certainly took away from my enjoyment. The number of people made it so warm that the air conditioning could not keep up with it. Is that good for the paintings? Please, I would rather have more members only days and less people in at a time.

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Johanna - 2.25.2010 - 5:47 PM
In terms of what was displayed, I enjoyed the visit. However, I felt uncomforatble with the number of members who were viewing at the same time. No real chance to stop, contemplate and enjoy fully. If possible, have more dates for member previews with fewer members each time slot. Thanks for your hard work...

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Leonard - 2.25.2010 - 5:36 PM
Would loved to have seen the show end with "Guernica"

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janis - 2.25.2010 - 5:32 PM
It was TOO CROWDED! Very congested, difficult to move around and impossible to enjoy the exhibit. You could not get a clear view of the artwork - or as soon as you did find a clear view - someone would walk in front of it trying to obtain their own clear view. PLEASE let fewer people in on each time slot. 30 percent fewer people.

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Martha Stem Gagarin - 2.25.2010 - 5:28 PM
Do the tickets to Picasso include admission to the whole Museum?

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Bev - 2.25.2010 - 5:28 PM
Outstanding, fantastic exhibit, the pieces by other artists and first hand examples of Picasso's influence was wonderful. I truly enjoyed revisiting these pieces.

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Patrick JF Falvey - 2.25.2010 - 3:39 PM
Great show ! loved Virgil's pouf !

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Sarah - 2.25.2010 - 3:02 PM
your 'security' team needs an attitude adjustment. i have never been told i cannot take notes on my ipod touch (not to mention your self-described 'head of security' woman)- bear in mind the fact that i observed your 'no pictures in special exhibits' and 'no phone' rules. seemed truly amateur.

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victor matias - 2.25.2010 - 1:20 PM
The exhibit of Picasso was delightful! I truly enjoyed the images, sculptures and literature by the artist. I am enlightened and will continue to learn of Picasso and his art. The complimentary listening device provided additional insight into the art. GREAT EXHIBIT!!!

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Teresa Beasley - 2.24.2010 - 4:59 PM
surprise dali was a surprise PS: spoilers there is a dali painting in here

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gin - 2.24.2010 - 4:41 PM
My first impression was that it was a complete collection of Picasso, I was expecting the complete works from early days until his death. But what I found was a collection of artist of that period. I very much enjoyed the exhibit and would recommend it highly.

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Maureen Harrison - 2.24.2010 - 4:36 PM
it was really great.but why I am so sleepy.... ?????

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B. GRACE - 2.24.2010 - 4:00 PM
siiiick dude

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bro - 2.24.2010 - 3:00 PM
The commentary was very interesting and helpful, but sometimes raised even more questions. It would be nice to have a device like this throughout the exhibit, not just at the end, where you could ask your questions. Maybe the audio tour would even change over the months that the exhibit was up to address people's questions. Like there's one painting by Leger that's highly organized and the audio points that out, but then at the bottom, the paint looks unfinished and half painted on...why is that in such a highly structured painting?

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DEBORAH - 2.24.2010 - 2:06 PM
WONDERFUL MARVELOUS BRAVO

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JIMSKI318 - 2.24.2010 - 1:44 PM
HMMMMMMM

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JOCKO - 2.24.2010 - 1:29 PM
BEAUTIFULLY PUT TOGETHER. WALL LABELS EXCELLENT, NOT TOO MUCH, JUST ENOUGH. THE REST ONE CAN FIND IN READINGS. REALLY FINE INSTALLATION. THANK YOU!

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Anonymous - 2.24.2010 - 1:26 PM
realized for the first time the apparent connections between the found art of deconstructed parisian poster sites and the art of the collage, then between collage and cubist canvas painting.Man, these Macs are nice.

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Steve Preiss - 2.24.2010 - 12:51 PM
We saw the exhibit today-a good show-so much to learn but absolutely impossible to really get near many of the paintings. We would have loved to study and read the signs in deatail but there were simply to many people. Very frustrating .

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Pamela - 2.23.2010 - 8:27 PM
it was something else, but it would have been much easier on my legs if it had been a blog.

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Anonymous - 2.23.2010 - 6:19 PM